What do you get when you have the makings for a party...your standard rubber balloons filled with helium and a fe mylar balloons also filled with helium...and you introduce one big nasty electrical storm?
The rubber balloons were not impacted. They floated merrily. The mylar balloons sank to the ground and that is where they remained even after the electrical storm passed.
In my experience, mylar balloons float longer and retain the helium (when indoors) while the rubber baloons loose the helium and shrink down much faster (again indoors).
Did the electrical storm has this effect on the mylar balloons loosing their floating nature or was it simply the rain? And why do the rubber balloons seem completely unimpacted.
Not much surprises me...this is just a total curiousity to me. Any of you more scientific types able to answer this quandry?
they believe psychology is evil? ok.
do they believe in GOD?
what do they and not believe in?
and why do they think psychology and psychiatry is evil?
and one more thing. lol. they believe in the while big bang and evolution right? thank you!
Relative to the size of the mirror, what happens to the size of your own face as you look at it and move away from the mirror?
Question2: You are standing in front of the mirror looking at the reflection of the face of the person standing behind you. The person backs away from the mirror. Relative to the size of the mirror, what happens to the size of the reflection of their face (as measured by you on the surface on the mirror)